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  1. Boy With Luv is their highest charting single yet at #8 They chart a second song on the Hot 100 with Make It Right at #95, the first Korean artists in history to do so They went on to chart four more songs on the Hot 100 Bubbling Under chart, at 101, 102, 111, and 114 Also, I just want to note that the last time they charted in the top 10 with Fake Love, it was back when YouTube and free (ad supported) streams counted for a lot more, so this is even more of a significant improvement!
  2. BTS Scores Third No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Map of the Soul: Persona' 4/21/2019 by Keith Caulfield BTS captures its third No. 1 album in less than 12 months on the Billboard 200chart, as Map of the Soul: Persona, debuts atop the list. The seven-track set, which was released on April 12, starts with 230,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending April 19, according to Nielsen Music — a career-best week for BTS. Of that sum, 196,000 were in album sales — another career-high week for the South Korean pop group. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units are comprised of traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new April 27-dated chart (where Personaenters at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on April 23. Of Persona’s first-week units, 196,000 were in album sales, 8,000 in TEA units, and 26,000 in SEA units. The latter figure translates to 37.4 million on-demand audio streams for the set’s songs. Third No. 1 Album in Less Than 11 Months: Some acts take years to accumulate three No. 1 albums, but for BTS, the group needed just under 11 months. Starting from the week they got their first No. 1, Love Yourself: Tear (June 2, 2018-dated chart), continuing through second No. 1, Love Yourself: Answer (Sept. 8, 2018), and now with Persona (April 27, 2019), that’s a span of just under 11 months. The last act to score three No. 1s faster was Future, when he logged his first three No. 1s in just six months and three weeks with DS2 (Aug. 8, 2015); What a Time To Be Alive, with Drake (Oct. 10, 2015); and Evol (Feb. 27, 2016). Notably, before Future’s feat, the ensemble cast of the Fox TV series Glee notched all three of its No. 1 soundtracks in just one month and three weeks in 2010. Glee: The Music — The Power of Madonna, bowed at No. 1 on May 8, 2010 and was quickly followed by the chart-topping Glee: The Music, Volume 3 — Showstoppers (June 5, 2010) and Glee: The Music — Journey to Regionals (June 26, 2010). First Group Since the Beatles to Earn Three No. 1s in Less Than a Year: It’s uncommon for any act to tally three Billboard 200 No. 1s in less than a year. How rare? Before BTS, the last traditional group (excluding the Glee ensemble, whose multiple cast members rotated) to log three leaders within such a quick span was the Beatles in 1995-96, when the band’s archival releases Anthology 1, Anthology 2and Anthology 3 all debuted at No. 1 in a stretch of 11 months and a week (between Dec. 9, 1995 and Nov. 16, 1996). Fastest Accumulation of No. 1 Albums by a Group Since the Monkees in 1967:The last group to collect three No. 1s at a faster pace than BTS was the Monkees in 1967, when the quartet reached No. 1 with More of the Monkees (Feb. 11, 1967), Headquarters (June 24, 1967) and Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, and Jones LTD. (Dec. 2, 1967) in just nine months and three weeks. (Dates mark each album’s first week at No. 1.) The Fourth Mostly Non-English Album at No. 1 in the Past Year: Persona, like BTS’ previous two No. 1 albums, is performed mostly in the Korean language, with bits of English. In the past year, aside from BTS’ three leaders, Andrea Bocelli’s mostly all-Italian-language album Si also led the list (Nov. 10, 2018). BTS’ Biggest Week Ever, Fourth-Largest Week of 2019: With 230,000 equivalent album units earned, Persona captures BTS’ biggest week ever in terms of total units, the second-biggest week of 2019 for a group and the fourth-largest frame of 2019. BTS’ previous best was logged with the debut week of Love Yourself: Answer, which began with 185,000 units. The only larger weeks in 2019 were tallied by the opening frames of Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next (360,000 units), Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (313,000) and Backstreet Boys’ DNA (237,000). BTS’ Largest Sales Week, Second-Biggest Sales Week of 2019: BTS easily claims its largest sales week for an album, as Persona sold 196,000 copies in its first week, beating the act’s previous high with the opening week of Love Yourself: Answer(141,000). In 2019, the only album to log a bigger sales week was Backstreet Boys’ DNA, with 227,000 copies sold in its premiere frame. Persona likely got a boost in sales from devoted fans who purchased multiple CD copies of the album, as it was released in four different collectible packages (following a similar release strategy for the Love Yourself series of albums). The four versions of the CD package for Persona all came with the same CD album, but the paper goods inside the package (including a poster, booklet and trading cards) vary. A Third Week With Over 200,000 Units at No. 1: With 230,000 units earned in its first week, Persona gives the Billboard 200 its third week in a row where the No. 1 album has tallied more than 200,000 units. Persona follows the chart-topping arrivals of Khalid’s Free Spirit (202,000) and Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep (313,000). The last time the No. 1 slot had three weeks in a row of 200,000-plus weeks was Aug. 18-Sept. 1, 2018, when Travis Scott’s Astroworld clocked its first two weeks at No. 1 (537,000 and 205,000 units) and Grande’s Sweetener debuted (231,000). At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep is steady at No. 2 for a second week with 98,000 equivalent album units (down 17%). Khalid’s Free Spirit slips from No. 1 to No. 3 in its second week, with 82,000 units (down 59%). Anderson .Paak claims his first Billboard 200 top 10, as Ventura debuts at No. 4. The set, which features guests ranging from Smokey Robinson and Brandy to Nate Dogg and André 3000, earned 55,000 units in its first week (of which 39,000 were in album sales). He previously hit the Billboard 200 with Oxnard (No. 11; Dec. 11, 2018) and Malibu (No. 79; Feb. 6, 2016). At No. 5 on the new Billboard 200, Nipsey Hussle’s Victory Lap falls two spots (55,000 units; down 13%). Grande’s former leader Thank U, Next slips 4-6 with 46,000 units (down 1%). Beyoncé’s surprise-released Homecoming: The Live Album debuts at No. 7 with 38,000 units earned from just two days of tracking activity (with 14,000 of that sum in album sales). The album dropped with no warning in the very early hours of Wednesday, April 17, and the tracking week for the chart ended on April 18. (Billboard’s album charts’ tracking week runs Friday through Thursday.) Homecoming: The Live Album was released to digital retail and streaming services shortly after the premiere of Beyoncé’s Homecoming film on Netflix at 12:01 a.m. on April 17. Both projects chronicle Beyoncé’s headlining performances at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Homecoming: The Live Album is Beyoncé’s eighth top 10 album as a soloist. She also recently visited the top 10 as one-half of The Carters (alongside husband Jay-Z) with 2018’s No. 2-peaking Everything Is Love. It’s possible that Homecoming: The Live Album could rise higher on next week’s Billboard 200 chart (dated May 4), after its first full tracking week of activity. Rounding out the new top 10 on the new Billboard 200 are Juice WRLD’s Death Race for Love (5-8 with 34,000 units; down 9%), Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys (7-9 with just over 29,000 units; down 5%) and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Hoodie SZN (9-10 with 29,000 units; down 4%). source
  3. BTS Takes No. 2 Spot On Spotify’s List Of Most-Streamed Groups In 2018 Dec 4, 2018 by J. K BTS grabbed second place on Spotify this year among groups with the most streams! Spotify’s year-end “Wrapped” charts has announced its list of the most-streamed groups on the platform in 2018. Groups must have three or more members to be included on the list. Imagine Dragons takes No. 1, and BTS comes in No. 2. Maroon 5 is in third place, while Migos takes fourth and Coldplay comes in fifth. This spring, BTS’s “Fake Love” off their album “Love Yourself: Tear” entered Spotify’s Global Top 200 chart in 17th place, the highest entry ranking yet for a Korean artist. The song is currently the group’s most-streamed track, with over 175 million streams. Congratulations to BTS! Article source Data source
  4. BTS Tops Oricon’s Weekly Single Chart And Marks New Record As Foreign Artist Nov 12, 2018 - by E. Kang BTS has made another amazing achievement! The group dropped their ninth Japanese single “Fake Love/Airplane pt. 2” on November 7, and came in at No. 1 on Oricon’s daily single chart with an impressive number of sold units. It continued to top the daily single chart for six consecutive days. On Oricon’s most recent weekly single chart, dated November 13, BTS also came in at No. 1 with sales of 454,829 units. This is the first time a foreign artist has topped one of Oricon’s weekly charts with over 400,000 units in the first week of release. BTS is set to embark on the Japanese leg of their “Love Yourself” tour this month, starting with concerts on November 13 and 14 at Tokyo Dome. Congratulations to BTS! Korean source Article source
  5. BTS beat their own record for the K-pop artist with the best first day sales on Oricon chart Original Article by Allkpop BTS beat their own record for the K-pop artist with the best first day sales on Oricon chart BTS is making new records with 'Fake Love/Airplane pt.2.' On November 7, BTS dropped their 9th Japanese single 'Fake Love/Airplane pt.2.' The new release sold a total of 327,342 copies on the first day - making BTS the K-pop artist with the best first-day singles sales on Japan's Oricon chart. Previously, the record was held by BTS' 'MIC Drop/DNA/Crystal Snow' album which sold a total of 269,861 copies on the first day of release. 'Fake Love/Airplane pt.2' contains a Japanese version of "Airplane pt.2," as well as the Japanese and stadium remix versions of "Fake Love" and "IDOL." --- Soo happy for them!!
  6. BTS Breaks Their Own Record for Most Simultaneous Hits on World Digital Song Sales Chart 9/6/2018 by Jeff Benjamin The sensations also take over 22 of the 25 spots on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart. As BTS reigns as this week's undeniable chart ruler at the top of the Billboard 200, Artist 100, Social 50, World Albums, Digital Song Sales and World Digital Song Sales, they can also stake the claim to sending every song on their new Love Yourself: Answer album to at least one Billboard chart. As previously reported, BTS' new single "IDOL" featuring Nicki Minaj opens at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, with 43,000 downloads sold and 24.4 million first-week U.S. streams in the week ending Aug. 30, according to Nielsen Music. Just below the Hot 100, the septet land new songs "Euphoria," "I'm Fine" and "Trivia: See Saw" on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 -- a chart that was seen as a major career milestone when BTS' early 2017 single "Spring Day" entered at No. 15. The Bubbling Under Hot 100 acts as an extension of the 25 songs that have yet to chart on the definitive Hot 100 singles chart and are just below the top 100 slots. Like the main Hot 100 chart, rankings are based on sales, radio airplay and streaming data. On the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart, "Euphoria" opens at No. 5 after earning 15,000 in sales and 3.4 million on-demand streams in the week ending Aug. 30. It's joined by "I'm Fine" (debuting at No. 7) with 14,000 in sales; 3.8 million on-demand streams and then "Trivia: See Saw," (at No. 22) with 11,000 in sales and three million on-demand streams, according to Nielsen Music. The aforementioned tracks and every other Love Yourself: Answer track also make their way to World Digital Song Sales chart where the K-pop sensations occupy the top 22 of 25 positions, a new chart best for most entries that was previously held by BTS when they sent 18 songs to the Jan. 6 chart. The non-BTS artist with the most charting songs in one week is Ireland folk sensations Celtic Woman who scored 12 entires on the Feb. 13, 2010 chart. Among the 26 separate tracks on the two-disc release of Love Yourself: Answer, are two versions or remixes of "IDOL," "MIC Drop," "DNA" and "Fake Love" that have the sales combined to one entry to make a total of 22 entries. Here's a look at all of BTS' songs on the new, Sept. 8-dated World Digital Song Sales chart: World Digital Song Sales Rank, Title No. 1, "IDOL," featuring Nicki Minaj (debut) No. 2, "Euphoria" (debut) No. 3, "I'm Fine" (debut) No. 4, "Epiphany" (debut) No. 5, "Trivia: Seesaw" (debut) No, 6, "Answer: Love Myself" (debut) No. 7, "Trivia: Just Dance" (debut) No. 8, "Serendipity (Full Length Edition)" (debut) No. 9, "Trivia: Love" (debut) No. 10, "MIC Drop," featuring Desiigner No. 11, "DNA" No. 12, "Fake Love" No. 13, "Singularity" (debut) No. 14, "Outro: Her" No. 15, "Outro" Tear" No. 16, "Dimple" No. 17, "The Truth Untold," featuring Steve Aoki No. 19, "Best of Me" No. 20, "Airplane, Pt. 2" No. 21, "Anpanman" No. 22, "Go Go" No. 23, "Magic Shop" Remarkably, the top nine songs all sold more than 10,000 copies in their first week. "IDOL" is now BTS' eighth chart-topper on World Digital Song Sales, now doubling the amount of No. 1s for BLACKPINK, PSY and BIGBANG as the K-pop stars closest to this record. source
  7. BTS Scores Second No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Love Yourself: Answer' 9/2/2018 by Keith Caulfield BTS bows at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with Love Yourself: Answer, garnering the K-pop group their second leader on the list after Love Yourself: Tear,which dropped earlier in 2018. The new album -- the third in the South Korean boy band’s Love Yourself trilogy -- arrives atop the list with 185,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Aug. 30 according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 141,000 were in traditional album sales. Love Yourself: Answer was released on Aug. 24 via BigHit Entertainment. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units are comprised of traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new Sept. 8-dated chart (where Love Yourself: Answer debuts at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on Wednesday, Sept. 5 -- one day later than usual due to the Labor Day holiday on Sept. 3 in the U.S. BTS’ Second No. 1: Love Yourself: Answer follows BTS’ previous chart-topper, Love Yourself: Tear. The latter launched at No. 1 on the chart dated June 2 with 135,000 units earned in its first week, of which 100,000 were in traditional album sales. BTS is the only K-pop act with a No. 1 album, and obviously the first with two leaders. They were also the first (and still only) with a top 10 set, when Love Yourself: Her -- the first of the Love Yourself trilogy -- debuted and peaked at No. 7 (Oct. 7, 2017). Love Yourself: Answer includes 14 songs previously heard on Love Yourself: Her andLove Yourself: Tear, as well as 10 new tracks exclusive to this album. The digital version of Answer also boasts an additional remix of the new track “Idol” featuring Nicki Minaj. BTS & K-Pop’s Biggest Week Ever: Answer’s first-week totals -- in both overall units earned and traditional album sales -- gives both BTS and the K-pop genre their best week yet. The previous record for both BTS and K-pop was tallied when Love Yourself: Tear bowed at No. 1 (135,000 units; 100,000 in album sales). Third-Largest Week of 2018 for a Pop Album: With 185,000 units earned, Answerlogs the third-largest week of the year for a pop album. Only Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods and Ariana Grande’s Sweetener tallied bigger weeks. They debuted at No. 1 with 293,000 and 231,000 units, respectively (on the Feb. 17 and Sept. 1-dated lists). Third-Largest Sales Week of 2018 for a Pop Album: Love Yourself: Answer sold 141,000 copies in its first week, the third-largest sales week of 2018 for a pop album. The only bigger frames were posted by Man of the Woods (242,000) and Shawn Mendes’ self-titled album (142,000; June 9). Sales of Love Yourself: Answerwere likely enhanced by how the album was issued in four collectible editions of the set -- each with alternative artwork and ephemera -- where devoted fans likely bought all four copies. A concert ticket/album sale redemption offer for the group’s show on Oct. 6 at Citi Field in Flushing, N.Y. also aided sales. First Pop Act Since 2014 With Two No. 1 Albums in Less Than a Year: Love Yourself: Answer’s No. 1 debut comes a little over three months after Love Yourself: Tear opened at No. 1. BTS is the first pop act with two No. 1s in less than 12 months since One Direction topped the list on Dec. 6, 2014 with Four, which followed Midnight Memories’ arrival on the Dec. 14, 2013-dated chart. The last act, regardless of genre, with two No. 1s in less than 12 months was Logic. The rapper debuted at No. 1 on March 24, 2018 with Bobby Tarantino II, which came 10 months after the No. 1 arrival of Everybody on the May 27, 2017 list. What about the last act that achieved two No. 1s in a shorter amount of time than the three months between BTS’ Tear and Answer? That would be another rap artist, Future, who notched back-to-back No. 1 debuts in successive weeks with his self-titled album and HNDRXX on March 11 and March 18, 2017, respectively. A Rare Non-English No. 1 Album: Like Her and Tear, Answer is performed mostly in Korean with a few lyrics in English. Before Tear, the last mostly non-English album at No. 1 came in 2006, when Il Divo’s Ancora topped the chart dated Feb. 11. 2006. Ancora contained songs sung in Spanish, Italian and French, along with a track sung partially in English. source
  8. BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100 Spring Day - peak #15 (1 week and still charting) Champion ft Rm- HOT 100 Cr. BILLBOARD 200 Cr. 1 and Cr. 2 ITUNES cr Albums: Wings: 33 #1 YNWA: 19 #1 Her: 73 #1 Singles: Spring Day: #8 DNA: #4 Mic Drop remix: #1 (66)
  9. https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8458157/drake-nice-for-what-bts-fake-love-hot-100
  10. BTS Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Love Yourself: Tear' 5/27/2018 by Keith Caulfield BTS attends the 2018 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018 in Las Vegas. It’s the first K-pop album to top the chart. Korean boy band BTS debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with its latest effort, Love Yourself: Tear. It’s the first No. 1 for the seven-member group, and the first K-pop album to lead the tally. The set, which was released through BitHit Entertainment on May 18, launches with 135,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending May 24, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 100,000 were in traditional album sales. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new June 2-dated chart (where BTS bows at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on Wednesday, May 30 (one day later than normal, owed to the May 29 Memorial Day holiday in the U.S.). Love Yourself: Tear’s first-week sum is a bit bigger than expected. On May 21, some industry forecasters predicted the album would bow with over 100,000 units. By May 24, that forecast grew to over 120,000. Of Love Yourself: Tear’s starting sum of 135,000 units, 100,000 were in traditional album sales, 26,000 were in SEA units (equaling 39.1 million on-demand audio streams for songs on the albums) and 9,000 TEA units. As mentioned earlier, Love Yourself: Tear is the first K-pop album to lead the Billboard 200. It’s also only the second top 10 for the K-pop genre, following BTS’ own Love Yourself: Her, which debuted and peaked at No. 7 on the Oct. 7, 2017-dated list. Love Yourself: Tear also logs the biggest week yet for K-pop (both in overall units and traditional album sales). The previous high-water mark was earned by BTS' Love Yourself: Her (31,000 units in its opening frame, 18,000 in traditional album sales). Notably, as Love Yourself: Tear is performed mostly in the Korean language, it’s the first primarily foreign-language No. 1 album in over 12 years. In 2006, classical crossover vocal quartet Il Divo topped the list with Ancora (on the chart dated Feb. 11, 2006), which blends songs performed in Spanish, Italian and French, along with a track sung partially in English. Back on the new Billboard 200 chart, Post Malone’s former No. 1, beerbongs & bentleys, drops to No. 2 (123,000 units; down 17 percent) after three consecutive weeks atop the list. The album was the first by an artist to notch three weeks in a row at No. 1 since December, when Taylor Swift's reputation linked together three frames (of its total four at No. 1). Rapper Lil Baby bounces in at No. 3 with his debut studio album, and first top 10, Harder Than Ever. The set earned 71,000 units, powered largely by streams (65,000 SEA units), thanks in part to the popularity of the set’s track “Yes Indeed,” with Drake. The track debuted at No. 30 on the Streaming Songs chart dated May 26, and is expected to make a huge leap up the newest tally (dated June 2). Harder Than Ever also features guest turns from Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert and Offset. Lil Baby previously hit the Billboard 200 with the mixtape Too Hard, which peaked at No. 80 on Dec. 23, 2017. Rock band Five Finger Death Punch notches its sixth top 10 album, as And Justice for None debuts at No. 4 with 71,000 units (60,000 in traditional album sales). The band previously hit the region with Got Your Six (No. 2, 2015), The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell: Volume 2 (No. 2, 2013), The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell: Volume 1 (No. 2, 2013), American Capitalist (No. 3, 2011) and War Is the Answer (No. 7, 2009). The group’s only studio album to miss the top 10 was its debut effort, The Way of the Fist, which topped out at No. 107 in 2008. Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy climbs 7-5 on the new Billboard 200 with 48,000 units (down 9 percent), The Greatest Showman soundtrack moves 5-6 with 44,000 units (down 17 percent) and J. Cole’s KOD dips 6-7 with 41,000 units (down 22 percent). Rapper NAV rounds out the debuts in the top 10, as his first studio album, Reckless, starts at No. 8 with 36,000 units (32,000 in SEA units). The set features his Hot 100 hit “Wanted You,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, as well as guest turns from Quavo, Travis Scott and Gunna. Closing out the new top 10: Black Panther: The Album is steady at No. 9 with 28,000 units (down 15 percent), while Playboi Carti’s Die Lit falls 3-10 in its second week with 26,000 units (down 57 percent). source
  11. If you weren't aware, it is extremely difficult for boy groups to achieve a PAK, and only a couple have ever done so. Congrats BTS!!! --- Soompi article: https://www.soompi.com/2018/05/20/bts-achieves-first-ever-perfect-kill-fake-love/ BTS is sweeping the charts with their latest track! On May 21 at 12:30 a.m. KST, “Fake Love” achieved a perfect all-kill on iChart, the group’s first. A perfect all-kill (PAK) means that the song is in first place on the six major realtime and daily charts (Melon, Genie, Bugs, Mnet, Naver, and Soribada), as well as first place on the realtime and weekly charts for Instiz’s iChart. Congratulations to the group on their major achievement!